The health care sector has a lot of work to do to make sure people stay healthy and stay out of hospital, says San Francisco-based health care expert, Holistic Health.
The reason is the system can’t keep pace with demand, and this has created a huge demand for a lot more services.
Holistic is one of the first organisations to set up an online portal that allows people to buy and use the services they need, like doctor’s appointments and hospital stays.
The company says it’s a good start, but it needs more services to be truly sustainable.
We need more services that are available to people and we also need more people in the system, Holistics CEO, Andrew Hoch, said.
‘We have to be able to sustainably offer a whole range of services.
There’s no way around that.’
We’re talking about billions of dollars a year, it’s just not sustainable, he added.
With the growth of the internet, it can be quite challenging to get people to understand what we are offering, and we’ve had a lot in the past, but we need to be making it available to a wider audience.
‘There are a lot things that are not yet offered.
I would say that’s a major challenge for us.’
I think that’s where we’re at with our current technology and our current model of delivery, which is not very sustainable.’
In our case, we have the ability to have the most efficient way of doing things.
I think it’s been really helpful for us to be at the forefront of that and have the flexibility to try to innovate and try to find solutions to problems.’
The health sector is in the midst of an ambitious plan to cut costs and improve services, including providing more and better treatment to people who are sick.
The health minister said in May that the Government was aiming to save £1bn a year by 2020, and it has set a target of reducing hospital admissions by up to 70 per cent by 2030.
That’s about £3,000 for every person who is in hospital and £9,000 per person who has a chronic condition.
There are also plans to offer more free treatment for some chronic conditions, which could save people money.
The Government has also committed to cutting unnecessary deaths by 30 per cent, and to increasing the amount of healthcare staff working.